Bangladesh is one of Asia's poorest countries and suffering some of the worst effects of climate change. Cyclones, floods and other disasters have led millions to lose their homes and become climate migrants. Those migrating to major cities such as Dhaka struggle to find work, while even rural towns are seeing their populations explode. Infrastructure is failing and local governments are struggling to find solutions. But new projects are seeking a way forward.
Massive cyclones and constant floods in Bangladesh's coastal areas cause enormous damage and loss of life every year
Climate migrants from across the country crowd into slums like this one in Dhaka
Unable to continue living in their hometowns, many climate migrants are struggling to make a living in the city
As his family plans to leave the village, this 14-year-old worker has come to live with relatives in the city in search of employment